Civil Military Operations in the New World
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997 - 269 pages
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Two recent cases point this out clearly . In Grenada in 1983 , the United States was de facto responsible for all government services until a new government could be organized . At the time of the " rescue mission , " Grenada was ...
In neither case was the end state adequately described , so in neither case was there a clear national strategic objective . World War II provides yet another set of examples of a lack of clarity of objective .
However , what is clear from a reflection on the end of World War II is that the appropriate end state represented a range of alternatives organized around some core objectives . If we consider several postwar contingency operations in ...
While the linkage among these levels may be broken , it is not at all clear at what point the break occurred . In Panama , there were breaks all the way down the chain of command . 14 The linkage is , first and foremost , one of policy ...
In spite of these difficulties , it seems clear that achieving unity of effort among the various U.S. military organizations is a much easier process than achieving it between agencies and governments . However , because the joint game ...
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